Let's Get ExperimentalBy
Click the play button to listenViolinist, composer, singer, and poet Sarah Bernstein visits the 'cast to discuss her career in music, her various on-going groups and projects, and her recording with percussionist Satoshi Takeishi, Crazy Lights Shining. The rest of the program explores various kinds of "experimental music," from drummer Rudy Royston's unusual front-line of bass clarinet and accordion to Thrainn Hjalmarsson's.. well, we aren't sure just what Thrainn was up to, but it sure was experimental.
- Interview with Sarah Bernstein about her album Crazy Lights Shining (Self Produced) 1:00
- Discussion of Andrew Bernstein's An Exploded View of Time (Hausu Mountain) 41:45
- Discussion of Thrainn Hjalmarsson's album The Influence of Buildings on Musical Tone (Carrier) 55:30
- Discussion of Rudy Royston's album Flatbed Buggy (Greenleaf) 1:07:00
- Pop Matters 1:18:00
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